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Horace Burp, Lizard Boy - cover pic

 

Horace Burp,

  Lizard Boy

by Christine Tennent

*Finalist in the 

Wishing Shelf Awards 2016*

Category 2 Books for 6 – 8 Year Olds

Horace Burp 

Book Two will be along in a minute...!

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***New Title***

 

The Driftwood Tree

by John Benn &

Catherine Edmunds

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Gustav Holst

the Man and his Music

by Michael Short

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***Coming Soon***

 

 

An Abridged History of

The Trades and Labour

Movement

by Terry McCarthy

New Edition

includes

Blair-Corbyn

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Guest publication

 

CORBYN: The Strange Rebirth of Radical Politics

by Richard Seymour

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Guest publication:

The Prostitute State

 

The Prostitute State

by Donnachadh McCarthy

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Convergence

The meeting place of eight poets

*eight of the best from the Earlyworks Press Poetry Collection Competition*

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Georges Perec is my hero

by Caron Freeborn

*Winner of the Earlyworks Press Poetry Collection Competition, 2014*

 

 

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The Freak and the Idol

by Katy Jones

 

Surely you can hear it too; I can't be the only one...?

 

 

 

Gorgeous, red-haired Shona is worshipped

by her boyfriend, his best mate and...well, most of the men who’ve ever clapped eyes on her. She is the envy of her friends, but Shona has a problem - and this time it’s not which lipstick to wear.

 

I can heartily recommend this book for any woman who has ever watched a TV ad telling her she’s worth it, and wondered why she’s only worth a pot of moisturiser; and for any man who’s ever been bemused by the length of time it takes a woman to put on her ‘face’

- Catherine Edmunds, novelist

 

The Freak and the Idol by Katy Jones - cover image

 

Ebook now available.

EPUB from Hive bookstore

or as Kindle edition.

 

Paperback by post:

 

 

Set in a youthful world of city bars and student digs, this quirky debut novel is a postmodern fable which explores issues of image, subjectivity and identity.

 

 

Author Katy Jones  

Author Katy Jones

Katy Jones comes from Thornbury, near Bristol. She now lives with her husband and daughter in deepest Manchester, within easy reach of the Curry Mile. She was born in 1977 and studied at the University of Manchester. When she isn't writing she works as a freelance fantasy artist.

www.katyjones.co.uk

 

        £8.99  + £2.75 p&p to UK

                       + £2.50 p&p to Europe

                      + £5 p&p to USA and RoW

 

Or, to order by post, please send a PO or UK cheque payable to Kay Green

to The Creative Media Centre, 45 Robertson Street, Hastings, Sussex TN34 1HL

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